tv DW News Deutsche Welle May 17, 2019 2:00am-2:03am CEST
economy and what will it look like to. the dollar gets ready for an in depth look at the european elections. are the key issues for european voters and how will the european election affect the rest of the. expert discussion see comprehensive reports voters to use. for european elections on may 26th. u.s. president donald trump has announced plans to tighten immigration making it tougher to gain entry into the country trump wants immigrants to have better english proficiency and more job skills and he wants to reduce the number of asylum seekers but the initiative stands little chance of passing through a sharply divided congress. the u.s. state of missouri is republican led senate has passed a bill to ban abortions and 8 weeks of pregnancy the legislation makes exceptions
for medical emergencies but not pregnancies resulting from rape or incest abortion opponents in the u.s. are hoping new restrictions will lead the supreme court to overturn an historic ruling which legalized abortion. classes of broke out in indian controlled kashmir a day after a gun battle between security forces and separatists killed 5 people in the town of who won a residence at the funeral of one of the dead rebels confronted indian troops with stones and barricades. austrian lawmakers have approved legislation banning head scarves in primary schools adding to existing restrictions on veils the measure bans the wearing of ideologically religiously characterize clothing that covers the head islamic organizations are threatening legal action. next week voters across the european union will elect
a new european parliament it could be the most closely watched e.u. alike should ever turnout is expected to be high perfect conditions for a decision from asian storm tonight trolling the truth at the ballot box defending public opinion and democracy in europe's most hackable election i'm bored golf in berlin this is the day. where the common one is a divided europe if wants to see people so confused by misinformation that they don't really know what to believe that they don't know who to vote for so it isn't part of the media there see those people are people look make informed decisions and there are populists on both sides of the political spectrum increasingly using this in part about the importance of independent professional journalism if you can swing a few 100 troops in a certain history to go to a certain.